About your Search

20140226
20140306
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)
. there will be extra counselors on this campus again tomorrow, rocked again by turmoil. debra villalon, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> more news, this attack ups two months after the california transgender rights law. the law is the first of its kind in the nation. just last week, an effort to repeal it failed to garner enough signatures to get on the ballot. >>> police have stepped up patrols. ken pritchett is live at the scene of the first robbery. students have been told to stay alert. >> reporter: it was here on this campus parking lot next to shot field. another robbery, within an hour of that first incident, students were alerted to it by text message, email, and phone. the students are on the golf team, walking home at #k tonight from a day on the links. where they are walking by shot field at 1:00 a.m. saturday morning was the scene of a crime. >> i was pretty scared. i was glad that i was home, and with the doors locked and everything. >> one student was approached by three men. two of them had handguns. >> i got the phone call at like 2:00 p.m., i think. it was kind of explaining everything that h
with claims of bullying and sexual harassment has been hit with violence once again. ktvu's tara moriarty is live in martinez with how hercules high school is responding to an attack of a transgender student in a boys' bathroom. >> reporter: parents and students say they were surprised by this attack recent one -- the second one in just the past few months. this morning, school flirls held an emergency -- officials held an emergency meeting. parents said they were shocked that a male transgender student was sexually assaulted in a bathroom yesterday during school. >> i'm very bothered by it. as parents, we did not receive a phone call. i actually heard from the students. >> reporter: another parent said her kids are worried about safety. >> they said not again, hercules, not our school. please, no. we don't want this. >> reporter: police say a 15- year-old freshman who identifies himself as a male was attacked by three boys ages 16 and 17 after using the boys' bathroom. >> i'm not so surprised if this happened at hercules high school. >> reporter: james rose says he is surprised this part
're live in martinez tonight, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> scattered showers spread across much of the bay area today. we want to show you now a live look on storm tracker ( 2. most of the rain has moved farther north. >> reporter: this latest round of stormy weather has finally opened its terrain. and eager to play in the snow for the first time ever a family from salinas spent the day racing up and down the snow covered hillside. >>> and areas that burned are now a concern for hill slides. >>> crews welcomed for more than eight hours through the night to try to reach the hikers authorities say they were finally able to hoist the four up and out of danger using a helicopter. >>> the rain has mostly moved out of the bay area for what was a wet weekend for most. >> the storm basically fizzing out. this was a second storm of the week. the strongest one for parts of the state. look at the rainfall totals over the past few days. basically the opposite what you would expect the over all pattern. eureka gets the most. over southern california 8-1/2 inches of rainfall. that was the wh
it last night. tonight the toll bridge program oversight committee was briefed on that long list and ktvu's tom baker was the only reporter to talk with bridge officials as they left that meeting and he joins us live. tom. >> the committee is comprised of the head of caltrans, the head of the california transportation commission and steve who is the head of the mtc and chairman. now what they wanted to do was not just talk about those items and many other items that will be fixed, they wanted to know about other long-term kind of things and they wanted to hear direct from caltrans other than the way they normally hear about it, which is usually in the news. based on these punch lists that we showed you yesterday, the questions the oversight committee is most interested in boils down to three main questions. what major items are still unresolved? what items will require more than the planned amount of maintenance? and what potentially embarrassing issues still remain that lawmakers in the media will widely publicize? >> we have a draft report on the maintenance issues and it still needs so
driver caused a city block's worth of damage and what's being investigated as a dui crash. ktvu's alex savidge has been at the scene since 4:30 this morning. he will show us more of the damage coming up in just a few minutes. it is tuesday, march 4th. good morning, once again. i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >>> let's check weather and traffic. rosemary is in for steve. do we need an umbrella? >> yeah, we may, just for these morning hours. i think once we get past the two or three hours, we'll be in good shape. stormtracker2 not picking up on any radar. but the drizzle is still falling and below the beam. can't show you any green in our area. but it's damp out there. the roads are slick. the drizzle continues to follow in addition to patchy fog in many areas. if we get up the hill, we have a light scattered shower falling. this is winding down. 4 to 8 inches reported for the higher elevations. i will have a look at some of our rainfall totals in the last 24 hours coming up in just a moment. but i have to take you back through the evening commute yesterday. and then
updated as well. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we'll check back for an update. if you are headed out the door, we will have continuing coverage of the brt delays on mobile ktvu and ktvu.com. you can also fool us on twitter and took for the latest updates. >>> 7:06. new this morning, oakland mayor jean quan cast a tie-breaking vote in favor of a controversial new surveillance center. >> the mayor has cast an aye vote. and the item passes. [chanting] >> there were jeers in city council chambers -- in the city council chambers. this will be a central base for collecting information from the police, surveillance cameras. opponents fear it will be used to spy on people. mayor quan trying to ease fears voted for a measure that only covers surveillance at the port of oakland and not the entire city. >>> 7:07. the hercules high school transgender student who reported a hate crime attack has recanted that story. the teen who is by logically female had told police he was leaving a boys' bathroom at the school monday morning when three other boys attacked him. police say in a followup inter
in fremont at the spot of another serious crash. this one is at washington and olive streets. ktvu's alex savidge just arrived on scene and is gathering details. we'll have a live report in a minute. it's monday, march 3rd. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> let's talk about weather and traffic. we have rosemary in for steve. >> good morning to you. it is sun up. but not shining on us. take a look at all of this gray. you can even detect a few rain cells on the scene. let's get to the north bay. we're mostly cloudy. we remain mainly dry. perhaps a little bit of drizzle out there this morning. coming in, in time for your afternoon commute. and for the north bay, it will be sooner than that. let me time it out for you. picking it up this morning, still to the north of us. as we get into 8:00, 9:00. it creeps into sonoma county. as we get into the lunch hour, it doesn't go any farther than that. here we are in the noontime, still over the north bay, perhaps over parts of sonoma county. as we get into 2:00, 3:00, things start to change. it begins to fill in along the central and south
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)